Save the Pine Mountain Scenic Trail

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Steven Carty
4 years ago
I may be from New Jersey, but I sure love Kentucky and don't want to see it's natural beauty destroyed.

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Angela Bishop
4 years ago
I want to see the land preserved. We need our trees and trails to hike, bike, explore and our children and grandchildren.

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Max Bredfeldt
5 years ago
Save the trail!

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Jimmie Pack
5 years ago
I enjoy the natural beauty of the Pine Mountain area and would like it to stay as untouched as possible

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chris haverly
5 years ago
Plenty of areas 4 wheelers can destroy, old strip jobs, etc. Save this area for foot use only.

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Joe T. Rowe Male
5 years ago
While I am a fan of adventure tourism in general, I have to defer to keeping Pine Mountain pure and untouched by motorized vehicles. It is simply to special.

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Catherine Greene
5 years ago
Widely used surface mining practices in southwest Virginia and eastern Kentucky have eliminated much of the exceptional biodiversity that was once in this area. Please protect the Pine Mountain from motorized vehicle use and other practices that would hasten the decline of this small remaining pocket of biodiversity.

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Cameron McIlquham
5 years ago
I am signing because I believe they can make new trails for atv's and keep the hiking trail intact.

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Ann Fraley
5 years ago
There must be some places free of motors, noise and trash. This trail is so important for our mental health and heritage!

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L. Duane Knight
5 years ago
Please preserve the trail for hikers only. Allowing ATVs on any part will be detrimental to it's existence. Kentucky has an opportunity to maintain something equivalent to the Appalachian Trail and could easily bring tourism to our state.